You will be asked to complete activities relevant to your profession. It is widely agreed that measuring ‘competence’ is difficult. It can be abstract and subjective. The tasks/activities required need to be doable, observable and measurable. Successful completion of a number of these activities, consistently, indicates ability and competency. Consistent ability to demonstrate completion of disciplinary tasks requiring the knowledge, skills and attitudes expected in relation to professional standards set out by the respective accreditation bodies is essential. Reflection and appropriate use of evidence can be used to demonstrate fulfillment of specific activities, and consistent fulfillment can be used to demonstrate competency.